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Lucifer Season 6 to Bhoot Police: Everything you can stream on OTT this weekend

While you celebrate Ganesh Chaturti with all colours and fervour, here are some films and shows you can binge-watch on Netflix, Disney+Hotstar, Prime 

Megha Mukundan
Sep 09, 2021
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As stepping out has become a rare option due to the prevailing pandemic situation, even our weekends have become all about binge-watching shows and movies. The various OTT platforms are also making sure that they provide the audience, many interesting shows and movies every week, to help kill their boredom.

The second week of September also has some major releases ranging from the most-anticipated Lucifer Season 6 to the Bollywood horror movie Bhoot Police. Check out this list to find out the popular releases of this week on platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, ZEE5 and Disney+Hotstar.

American Crime Story season 3

Release date: September 8

OTT platform: Disney+Hotstar

Based on real-life crimes, this anthology series focuses on the incidents that shocked society. From the murder trial of the National Football League player and actor OJ Simpson to several other crimes, the series covers scandals, assassinations and undercover operations. The third season is reported to be about a shocking case of former American President Bill Clinton and White House intern Monica Lewinsky, which took place in the 90s. The five-episode mini-series has Clive Owen, The Knick and Beanie Feldstein in the cast of the upcoming season.

Mumbai Diaries 26/11

Release date: September 9

OTT platform: Amazon Prime Video

Based on the terrorist attacks of 26/11, the series brings out the stories of unheard heroes including doctors, nurses, reporters and the police force. The show tries to portray the events followed by the terrorist attacks from the perspective of these unsung heroes. Helmed by Nikhil Advani and Monisha Advani, the show has Mohit Raina, Konkona Sen Sharma, Satyajeet Dubey and Natasha Bharadwaj in the cast.

Bhoot Police

Release date: September 10

OTT platform: Disney+Hotstar

The Hindi-language horror-comedy starring Saif Ali Khan, Arjun Kapoor and Jacqueline Fernandez is about the myths and beliefs of witches and ghosts. The spooky trailer had already succeeded in making the audience curious to wait for the complete picture. Khan and Kapoor will be seen as fake ghostbusters in the movie, co-starred by Jacqueline and Yami Gautam. The movie is helmed by Pawan Kripalani.

Lucifer Season 6

Release date: September 10

OTT platform: Netflix

Revolving around Lucifer Morningstar, the popular series is a narrative on the devil who abandoned hell to stay with his human friends in Los Angeles. Played by Tom Ellis, the character Lucifer already has a separate fan base among the netizens. Developed by Tom Kapinos, the series is based on DC comics characters created for the comic book The Sandman. Season 6 has also been announced to be the final season of the beloved show, which expects to have some striking surprises.

Net

Release date: September 10

OTT platform: ZEE5

The Telugu thriller starring Rahul Ramakrishna and Avika explores the dark side of the web. The movie helmed by Bhargav Macharia also has true instances which shows the misuse of technology. The movie is set on the dystopian idea of a couple walking into their dream home, unaware of the multiple spy cameras fitted in there. 

Potluck

Release date: September 10

OTT platform: SonyLIV

The comedy family drama series revolves around a family reunion. The promising trailer depicts the gathering of a large family of siblings together, which is expected to take us on a roller coaster of laughter. The series focuses on the father who is currently regretting spending little time with his children and trying to make it up to them. Meanwhile, the grown children struggle with their personal and professional lives. The series is reportedly about to release all of the episodes at one go, which will provide for a binge-watch for the viewers. 

Tuck Jagadish

Release date: September 10

OTT platform: Amazon Prime

The much-hyped Telugu family entertainer is set in a fictional village, and the narration revolves around the joint family of Jagadish Naidu. The male lead is played by the beloved actor Nani, while the movie has Ritu Varma, Aishwarya Rajesh, Jagapathi Babu, Devadarshini and Rohini in pivotal roles. The storyline progresses with the conflicts the family and the central character face regarding their plot. 

Dikkiloona

Release date: September 10

OTT platform: ZEE5

The Tamil language comedy with elements of science fiction is helmed by Karthik Yogi and stars Santhanam, Anagha, Shirin Kanchwala and Yogi Babu. The interesting fact about the film is that the former Indian cricketer Harbajan Singh makes his acting debut with it. Though many details about the movie have not been revealed by the makers, audiences are expecting an experience of laughter along with some interesting scientific elements.

Mortal Kombat

Release date: September 11

OTT platform: Amazon Prime Video

The fantasy action drama is based on a famous game of the same name. The nostalgic movie is expected to bring some special interesting elements and action sequences too. Helmed by Simon McQuoid, the movie has Lewis Tan, Jessica McNamee, Josh Lawson and Ludi Lin in the cast. 

Kate

Release date: September 10

OTT platform: Netflix

The edge-of-the-seat thriller focuses on a skilled assassin, who devoted her whole life to become a perfect killing machine. The R-rated movie is said to be inspired by famous action films such as John Wick and Extraction. Kate has Mary Elizabeth essaying the titular role of the assassin while Woody Harrelson plays her mentor. The movie also has Miku Martineau, Tadanobu Asano and Michiel Huisman in the cast.

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